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  • Ohio State Highway Patrol event bolsters 910th connection

    The Ohio State Highway Patrol held an awards breakfast at the Community Activities Center here, March 1, 2019. Col. Joe Janik, 910th Airlift Wing commander, welcomed the OSHP members and their families and thanked members for their service. Chief Master Sgt. Les D. Brode, a security forces manager with the 910th Security Forces Squadron here, works for the OSHP in his fulltime job and coordinated the breakfast. Following the event, attendees had the opportunity to walk thru a C-130H Hercules aircraft on the flight line here.
  • 2018 Airstream Almanac available now

    The 910th Airlift Wing's public affairs office recently published the 2018 Airstream Almanac magazine in both print and digital editions.
  • YARS introduces 24-hour access to fitness

    24-hour access is available to Common Access Card holding civilians assigned to Youngstown Air Reserve Station and all military personnel across the Department of Defense.
  • Chief Johnson meets 910th Reservists

    Chief Master Sgt. Imelda B. Johnson, the 22nd Air Force Command Chief Master Sergeant, visited Youngstown Air Reserve Station, February 9th, 2019. During her stay, Johnson met with more than 35 Air Force Reserve non-commissioned officers.
  • 910th eagle flies, but memories remain

    A picture is a memory that lasts forever, and displayed in a large frame are many of the unforgettable memories of former 910th Airlift Wing Commander Col. Dan Sarachene’s 29 years of military service.
  • 910th welcomes its 27th commander

    Col. Joseph Janik, vice commander of the 910th Airlift Wing since November 2017, assumed command of the wing during a change of command ceremony on Feb. 9, 2019, at Youngstown Air Reserve Station.
  • Weekly iRest sessions offer Airmen restorative pause

    The 910th Airlift Wing recently introduced weekly iRest© sessions to alleviate stress and increase resiliency.
  • Tactical flyaway provides packed training week

    The 757th Airlift Squadron flew three C-130H Hercules aircraft to Jacksonville, Florida, Jan. 22-27, for Youngstown Air Reserve Station’s 2019 Tactical Flyaway.
  • Bug docs bring unique experience to unique mission

    Mosquitoes are a nuisance that most people could live without. Not only do they bite, but they can also carry infectious diseases. At the 910th Airlift Wing, there are five people who play a unique and crucial role in solving the mosquito problem through the aerial spray mission.
  • Reservist paints to preserve maintenance heritage

    A mural painted by Tech. Sgt. Marlene Scarpino, an aircraft maintenance specialist assigned to the 910th Maintenance Squadron, portrays the 910th Maintenance Squadron’s role in the success of the wing’s C-130 flying missions. The American flag was chosen due to the inspiration of service member’s desire to serve in the U.S. military and fight for
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